#1
I currently have £200. Should I buy the Fender Superchamp XD now or save up for 3 months and get a peavey classic 30.

Thanks
#2
kinda different animals

do you gig?

do you own pedals (want pedals) or....do you like effects being in the amp?

C30 will be louder

what kind of music to you play?

both are great amps imo and you can't go wrong either way really. Can you play both somewhere?
#4
Quote by 311ZOSOVHJH
kinda different animals

do you gig?

do you own pedals (want pedals) or....do you like effects being in the amp?

C30 will be louder

what kind of music to you play?

both are great amps imo and you can't go wrong either way really. Can you play both somewhere?


Yes I will be gigging.

I'm most probably going to get the Jekyll and Hyde.

I play Classic rock, Blues.

No, I don't think I will be able to try them both out.
#5
If you're playing classic rock and blues, go for the Classic.
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#7
Coming from someone who owns the superchamp, I'd go with the c30. In my opinion, the superchamp is a great practice amp, but if I wanted something loud and more suited to classic rock, Classic 30 would be the amp, especially solely in the blues-classic rock genres
#8
Quote by Jak Archer
Yes I will be gigging.

I'm most probably going to get the Jekyll and Hyde.

I play Classic rock, Blues.

No, I don't think I will be able to try them both out.



Classic 30 then.


whoever said the SuperChamp isn't good doesn't know what they are talking about.
#10
blues junior is more for blues (american voiced) and c30 would be better for classic rock (british voiced). I wouldn't expect the blues junior to be very clean in a gig situation, but i've never cranked one so